WANDRD Inflatable Lens Case

WANDRD Inflatable Lens Case
WANDRD Inflatable Lens Case
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Inflatable Lens Case by WANDRD
The innovative Inflatable Lens Case from WNDRD not only fits just about any size of lens that you carry, but also saves space in your pack and does an exceptional job of protecting your gear. It's made from a durable polyester fabric that's designed to keep things dry inside, while the foam divider allows you to safely carry multiple lenses.

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SKU: WNR000L
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